Seiko Prospex & Nikhil Chinapa Collab Gets Adventurous

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True to its global commitment to supporting individuals who epitomise the ‘Keep Going Forward’ philosophy, Seiko Prospex takes a deep dive with adventurer Nikhil Chinapa, who aligns with their ethos. Come dive in with TheGlitz and find out more.

Nikhil Chinapa is the ideal ‘Brand Friend’ for Seiko Prospex in India

Nikhil is furthering his presence as a celebrity collaborator for the Seiko Prospex brand, known for adventure, innovation, and excellence. He was, after all, India’s distinguished DJ, ex-host of various TV shows, cultural festival curator, and now an accomplished scuba diver. A perfect match for the brand’s ethos of relentless pursuit.

Underlying the universal message that Prospex friends never give up, Seiko Prospex is unwaveringly backing Nikhil in his endeavour to inspire and encourage others to do the same.

Mr. Niladri Mazumder, President & COO, Seiko Watch India Pvt. Ltd., expressed his excitement, saying, “We are delighted to welcome Nikhil Chinapa into the Seiko Prospex family as our Brand Friend. His passion, determination, and fearlessness align in perfect harmony with our ‘Keep Going Forward’ philosophy. We look forward to supporting him on his journey and exploring new horizons together.

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Seiko Prospex

Nikhil Chinapa, speaking about his association with Seiko Prospex, said,Life is a celebration, and I dive in wholeheartedly, whether it’s creating music or exploring the depths of the ocean. Seiko Prospex’s ‘Keep Going Forward’ philosophy resonates deeply with me, and I’m excited to be a part of this inspiring journey.

The iconic brand has been present in India for almost 15 years. Seiko India Pvt. Ltd., a 100% subsidiary of SEIKO Watch Corporation Japan, was primarily established to address the discerning needs of the Indian consumer. That said, in these years, it has become one of the most popular brands with top-selling models. Seiko has gained international recognition for its pioneering work in precise timekeeping, which begin in 1913 with the creation of the world’s first quartz watch.

Closing Thoughts

Now you have it. When it comes to diving watches, Seiko, with its impressive history, is a brand you simply cannot ignore. Seiko Prospex is one of the most anticipated releases of 2023. And as surely as the clock keeps ticking, Seiko will have more interesting releases lined up on its wrist.

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